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" T - r , August 14, W44. CLASSIFIED t.) Number of Word': Up to 15. 1(1 to 20 . 21 to 25 20 to 30 31 to 35 . .10 lo 40 41 to 45 40 to 50 ."! Rules Ads Must Be ir One Three Six Days Days Month" i.sr Otfi<* Da* Befor« Publication '- ' Day .4f CO .7f> 90 1.05 1.20 1.3!) are .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2."IQ 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5,00 for" Continuous 1 4.00 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 15!oO ... V 4 W * \-U,lt Insorlions Only • N,,t T;'i l At jl?'Cash ii> Advance •Not Taken Qvor the Phone; For Sole ~ BABY CHICKS, IF WE DONrr have them we will order them lor you. Feeders Supply Co — 17-lm CORN, CORN CHOPS, WHEAT" lien scratch, plenty growing and laying mash. Feeders SuppFy Co ... ' 17'lm FORD CONVERTIBLE coupe, with radio and heater. Molor m A-l condition. Good tires. Seo R. N. Putmnn. 81fl ' r. uth - M «'" St. or phone 404-W altcM- 0 p.m. 8-Ot COTTON POISON FOR WEEVIL or worms. $10 per hundred weight packed in 1)0 pound bags. Monts Seed Store. ' g.fl TEXAS MINNOWS AT SOUTHERN Ice Co. F. W. Chance. lO-'Gt KEROSENE AUTOMATIC RE- ingeralor. !) ft. box. Perfect condition. See S. M. Martin, Rosston, Hi. 2. LUMBER CONVEYORS, LEVEL- ins instrument, welding instrument, I new bench saw without motor, skill saw blades, mechanics tools and boxes, tarpaulins. Kick screws, trench jacks, ladders, respirators, a few carpenter and finishers tools, chipping hammers, all sizes star .drills, block and lines, all types •Some used brick, sledge hammer, door hinges. 1 desk, 2 painters exlension boards, large a-id small air hose, oil cans, small and large air hoso, oil cans, small and large rod cutlers'and benders, 1 small concrete mixer C. D. Lauterbuch, 510 South' . Walnut. 12-Gt •4. BY 12 NEW SHOP PLANER with motor. Coy Easterling, Rosston, Ark. Phone 220U. J3-d ONE LOT USED MOLDING 2 and 4 inches wide. C. E. Weaver Phone fiOS-J. J_ SOFA BED AND MATCHING lounge chair, real good condition. ,!HM West -HI) St. Phone 750-J. 13-Ot FIVE ROOM MODERN HOUSE with two porches. 320 South Laurel. STUCCO STORE WITH LIVING quarters in the back, 322 South Laurel. PHONE 9041. r )8, LONGVIEW TE- xas or write Tracy Cornelius, 181, Greggton,. Textis.. 14-3t Wanted to Buy HOM STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS •Wednesday, August 14, ' "• -"V._ .••! Chick Young YOU KNOW, nmr, WE'VE BEEN 1ROUELED LATELY BY--AM' SKUNKS. THEY'RE HARD Oil THE HENS. •H f f|i»-ADQLLARISTOO ''( MUCH--CHH-ORSN. VOUR AGE ... VES, BUT t HAVE TO GO OUT AND COME SACK A HUNDRED TIMES HOW MANV fisonvwii L )( SHOULDN'T ASK JAPPY WILL. /V£>~j= . j,*v->e -r»j A* ^E^^FPRMORJTHAM PENNIES IN-A A PENNV AT A TIME YES.I KNOW KOWT OH, W/ SFARS? BUT I, THKT'S YJHKT I TOLD MOU IT'S WE REGRET OUR UNFOMUMME (M5TAK6, (V90UT / IWUVKEE. VOUR STORY HfcS BEEN CONFIRMED 8X N\<KES INDUSTRIES.AW . HAT THE REftl N\R. \-PWO HIM * 3MOO FOR THE. BERNKW HfXS 3H5I PECO 70 m .\3ERNMHY IN*D! FM.LEM INTO ALL ftLONGJ ITHE HN-IPS OF TWO YOU SPW TWO SWINDLERS, VIER.V CLEVER SWINDLERS! BV A, NOTE FP.O,S\ THXT YWPY CHMWCIK Biy Galbraith Side Glances MODEST MAIDENS Trademark Rrgtitmit l',.S. Pitinl Office THE MANTAJ.')YEAH.'l GUESS IT'S COME ^ IT WENT AWAY r A\OVING BiJT'THE BOAT WITH . TVVITT S IN IT/ OVEK AN17 NOW ITS MAPPER THAN TVVITT'S LEAVIN TO C7KOVVM SIGNS PAINTED <? DY EXPERTS "Y' know, Mish, your^clock ish fifteen immiteg fast." Freckles and His Friends By Blosser -"You'd better have a talk Avith Cieorge— he hasn!t stvvecl ! a penny this summer! I'm afraid when he was in Japan he got. to. thinking in terms of. thousands of.yeu;!" Funny Business By Hershberger ..•. . ('M ' MOW DOES. HE RATE THf: I I'VE GOT A I MET HIM TODAY— Bur DON'T GET SOFA ON SUCH SHORT / HIGH-6EAR AGQUAIMTA.NCE2 asf RATIO. CHUM YOURSELF UN- ME CORN'5 KILLiN' ME - HENRY / — WHAT „ ) I'MSENDIN&UP. OU WANT? /A FLAKR MR. &•! ^/TUK. urjMP AtiABC' THE-HOME GUARD MEETS , REINFORCEMENrs' VA-AH : COWEKING FOOL^I IT'LL TAKE M052E TH^N FlEE TO HOLD BACK THE ADVANCE OF •-I,,, COCK. 19« IV NIX StiVICE. IMC. T. M. IE6. U. S. PAT. OFF. "He carries them along whenever he delivers papers to the boss—he's hinting i'or a vacation!" Call 273 W Thimble Theater 'V :: >,r--;< Y-2- 34-6-7 —LOOK, JUST BEYOND THE TH WAVE -V-SEE NOTHING, My FRIEND Whether your radio is console or fits into your pocket — Our trained radio repairmen will do an expert job on it. Free Pick-up and Delivery Service SMITH'S RADIO SERVICE 815 W. 6th Phone 273-W Our Boarding House With Major Hoople By J. R. Williams Out ur Way THIS.' I NAH" IT'LL BE AS HARD TO FIMD TH' BALL IM THAT AS IM THIS SCRAP PILE.' WELL, NO-WE CAM r-^ ^^ U •^^ i '_ DRAT /TO THlN*<Tri/\T A MAKI, I'M TELUH'HERfDRTUWE/ GIMME BACK THAT TEA CUP/ MftM OF W-/ INTELLECT SHOULD Be WIPED OUT Y A HILLB1LLV CARD A 3EE-aTli r UL r\rTj STR6ET VMOOLO RftTE ME AS 3UST , A MP AS DAfy PASS - AilCS XC3PZ, RECOVERS FKOn TH£ SHOCK OF H£, ltON'1 YOU FOR ALL TOUR K1MONE55.RED RTOER.' Cleaners OLD YOU, CIRCLE, HUGH P. HALL, Qwntr UGH-' NEXT HE.F? REP tO 1AS30 FOR KE£PS«\KE ME HAVE FOR FANCY WS CM His HIS 80TTL& CP\P It^THe CROVJD HOP I STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAIR SMALL GROCERY SCALES al reasonable price. Hobarl D Shirley, Phone I097-W. 13-01' Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily d & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner WANTED. STENOGRAPHER Bookkeeping experience or training will be helpful. PRESCOTT AUTO CO. Prescott, Ark. Radio Trouble Mottrt t> Renovating FOR THE BEST IN OUARAN- teed work Call Cobb's Matltress Co. nt 712 W. 4th. We call for •and.deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Wonted to Rent THREE OR FOUR ROOM UNFUR- nislied apartment or furnished or unfurnished house. Permanent residence. References. Write G W. Moton, Stamps, Ark. 12-0 Reol Estate for Sole FOR QUICK SALE, MY FARM, grocery and filing station. 5 miles out on highway 19 from Prescott. Thriving business, owner leaving state for health. Roy Ward, Prescolt,.Rt. 5. 9 THREE ROOM HOUSE WITH balh on Soulh Washington near Basket Company. Price ?2.250 If Interested, see Floyd Porter field. 14-at For Rent TWO 'ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment also front bedroom. 203 . East Ave.. C. ... 12-31 CLOSE IN. 'SMALL REDECORA- 'ted, nipejy furnished apartment Bills; paid; Adults'only. See Tom Carrel., ; •,.-.. 14-01 Wonted to Buy LIVE CRAWFISH, 50c GALLON 1311 West Ave. B. R. E. Brown 14-31 Housing Units to Arkansas University Fayetteville, Aug. 13 — W)— The University of Arkansas announced today, that it hopes to have 400 hutments and other surplus buildings to be moved here from Camp Chaffeo and Camp Robinson ready for occupancy by Ocl. 11. A. contract, for-moving the buildings in,sections from their present sites to. the university campus, where they will be reassembled, has-been awarded lo Ihe Linebarger Construction company.• of Litlle Rock.. ''.'":•• Addition .of Ihe hutments to university facililies marks Ihe insti- tulionls fifth .. major , emergency •student housing- program which, it is'hoped, will accommodate an overflow enrollment of between four and five .thousand. The hutments alone will provide housing for between 1,000 and 1,200 male students. ' Other -campus construction programs, include: conversion of Camp Neil Martin barracks into apartments; Installation of 150 trailers for marrled-.velerans; construction:'of six frame dormitories which will.,.house 312 single velar.- ans and construction of Terry village, which consists of 174 family dwelling units. All except the hutments- and Terry village will be ready for occupancy' when school begins in September. Terry ; village is expected to be compleled in November. IMPORTANT SECRETARY Eugene, Ore., Aug. 10 —(IP) — The slenographer is an importanl jog in the national housing agency office here. : The agency is unable to find office space so they're operating in the home of Mrs. Thelma Sweeney the secretary. ' ADMIRAL • RADIOS * Battery A phonograph • •• Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY REMOVED TREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. Time to Pock Awqy Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bogs • Plenty of Parking Space Hottert Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1M« By King Features Syndicate. New York, Aug. 13 — There ate confusion and conflict" in the intelligence from Arizona. One day, Willarn Houston Johnson, editor and publisher of the Tucson Citizen reports that the drought is so bad that the basins of some Of the big reservoirs are just nothing but mud flats and speculates morosely on the prospects of another dust bowl. Then it comes on lo rain two inches in Tucson between Saturday and Monday. At Miami they get 2. 25 inches in an hour and about three feet of rocks and muck in turkey shoot canyon road. The lightning and wind mess up the power and telephone lines, but William Houston Johnson he .just sets br.ck on his philosophy and says, well, which would you rather have, a little outage, as the linemen call those interruptions, and drive careful, lest you slew in the go.o and plenty of water for later, or less, or none, of both? ; That whole part of our country, including a lot of West Texas, is feeling. its oats and 'Same people are talking im a great future for the desert and the green valleys, while others, mostly middling-well- to-do natives, keep saying it is overcrowded already. On.e bunch wants to gather up a pot of money and go in for "co-ordinated unu> 1st advertising" and develop small industries, sqch ns curb-service chickenburger stations and tourist camps, I suppose, and the others ask what they want to go and do that for? With or without advertising the country is bound to grow • and,' while I wouldn't undertake to find jobs for the new people, my observation in Florida gives me to believe that they will get along all right. A fellow with a rather sallow disposition said, yes, go ahead and lure a lot of underprivileged down there from other parts of the country to live on crumbs from the tables of the rich. But few of those who go to Florida for their winter vacations are rich, the great majority being employees back north who save up for those two weeks or so, y.et, in the aggregate, they spend enough to provide a pretty good, steady living for the permanent popular- lion. Anyway, I say. it is a shame to waste that climate in the winter on just a few and, like it '/n- not more population is coming and tney will stick it out and'change thp country. Last winter, Young Bill Vocck bobbed up running a dude ranch way out near lost cavern and here lately he bobbed up again buying the Cleveland ball club and now he is talking of bringing the team to Tucson to train next winter. Phoenix is trying to get -the Giants or the Yankees and Major league farms might start up a new little league of farm clubs in Arizona. 1 think the winter weather would be a little off just right for training major league teams, but I am speaking from memory of i'londa and possibly, by afternoon, it would be warm enough in Arizona even on the cool days. They would seldom be rained out as we often were in Shreveport and New Orleans in seasons before most of the majors and high minors decided that there was no sense in trying to find a climat-3 as reliable as Florida's. And I never saw a section whose people were more entnusiaslic about baseball and golf and celebrities generally, so I should think the club would do very well al ,the box-office for a few seasons, anyway. They make heroes or professional golfers and lake'into their homes strangers who come to play the winter tournament at El Hio when the hotels get fuilup. And when the majors come barn-storming through, bound east from California, there is always a parly al someone's ranch that night, with beer and so forth and sport writers spinning.old. stories about the time .tiabe-'Herman-flit a^ home' run'-' in- 'side the park and wound UD in a double play or how dog-face outline, the umpire, managed lo get five men on base. Last winter, I got curious why cowboys sing sad songs through their noses and play the guitar and raised quite a stir. I thought they were very good riders, \ my- sell, but elass-c singers at best, but Jack nolhnson, of the International Uuwhoys' Association headquarters Cody, Wyoming wrote on behalf of the general range boss, saying "G,od help that kind of so-called cow-hand if he had lived in our days." Southwest Should Be in Top This Year By CARL BELL Associated Press Sports Writer If a Southwest Conference loam can't-establish itsfilf in nationa' football prominence this- year In winning n majoHly of'its games, then there's no such thing " as ; powerful eleven. From beginning to end, stem to stern, the composite schedule :'or Southwest elevens is a murderous nightmare. There isn't a real breather in the lot. The only tills which might be tabbed breathers—by comparison with others—are those openers: Arkansas vs. Northwestern Louisiana Stale, Texas A. & M. vs North Texas State Teachers and Baylor vs. Southwestern, and Rice's second outing of the campaign, which also is against Southwestern. ; All other games are conference engagements or major intcrsec- lional clashes. Harry Segnor, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repalrt Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 8. Main For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark. University of Arkansas gridmcn this fall "robably will be more thoroughly, conditioned and , better cared for when injured than at any other time in history. The man responsible will be "Doctor" Sammy Lankford. trainer who came to the U. of A. with the Barnhill regime. • Energetic Sammy knows athletes and conditioning inside out and he .has made the Razorback training'department one, of the best equipped in the nation. Most of.the training machine's and contraptions — many of .them new ideas—amaze the laymen and may seem unimportant. But" .improved training practices may win some games the porkers might otherwise lose. It's a good theory that an athlete—no mailer how goiid he may be—isn'l good unless hij's in good physical condition. Right now one of Trainer Lankford's biggest tasks is thai of pulling some more weight'"on triple- threator Aubrey Fowler..-The slender halfback, who weighed only 155 in spring praclice, lost five pounds this summer. . .But siz-a doesn't seem lo handicap the transfer from Tech. Even Head Coach Barnhill calls Fowler a "foolball genius". • -. The Razorbacks will - have al least, 21 married men on then- squad this year—Barnhill plans to carry 44 men on each I tip'. . . the Porker boss is musing over the ox- ceptional speed of Ihrce of his ends—Allon Baldwin, Melvin Mc- Gaga. and Jimmy Cox. The Arkansas semi-ro baseball tourney al Forl Smilh which ended Aug. 1 afler the largest field in history was narrowed clown to a campaign has been officially declared a "success" bv Stale'. Commissioner Clarence Higgins. Wonder if il look this long to count the gale receipts. o Arkansas Tennis Tournament Now in Progress Little Rock, Aug. 14 <ff) — Joe Stephens of Shrcvoporl, La., and George Dunklin of Pine Bluff, Ark., were seeded Nos. 1 and 2 .respectively today in the annual Arkansas open tennis lournamenl which will begin here . -tomorrow with a field of nearly 50 entrants. Stephens, Louisiana Stale University net star, is a former Arkansas open junior champ'ion 'and was runner-up in the open's singles division in 1941. Dunklin, former University of Virginia star, is the 194H Arkansas closed tournament -.itlisl. Olher seeded players in the men's division are: Ervvin Busiek of Springield, Mo., winner of the Heart of America iunior crown this year, No. 3; Gary Albertine, Memphis, No. 4; John Hunt; former Missouri intercollegiale champion, No. 5; and Herbert Baker of Tulane University, No. G. Soil is our greatesl natural resource—save it. "The rodeo performer is an actor and is truly good bul do not class the crooning dude-ranee hand or Ihe rodeo star as a cowman," Mr. Rollingston wrole "Our organization is composed of old - time range men who rode frorrv the beginning of the free grass open range in the early 80's until 1910. No music except in a :"ew lawns where the rag-time kid'''played piano in th-e reel light dance halls and sometimes he had a fiddler." H. Van Brunt, of Brownsville, even sneered al the ridingvof ihe rodeo champions. "Buffalo Bill, when pla'ying al the 1893 world's fair, had..-no 'lose whiskers," he wrote, "but'he had some bronco busting / .modern style, of 3G seconds, then yank the liorse's head," said Mr. Van Brunt. "We rode them lill ihey.gave up and bring them back under rein without aid. An old timer would nave fought a man who grabbed :iis horse's bit and yanked him up lor trying to lead him back to starling point as the rodyiijstyle? is :iow. There were :oo i;uiti»r ioling hands in 1882 when .1 began riding for the F. T. Summer Land and Cale Co. During the next six years 1 «tlen"ded all Ihe roundups along the Pecos and between the roundups rode up from the lower Pecos and Chihuahua. Spring roundups had as many as 300 riders, 10 or 20 to S wagon between seven rivers and Bosque Grande. I never did see a guitar. None of the punchers whined through their noses, but wilh wide open mouths and free moving larnyx poured out Barney McCoy, Sam Bass and Ti- Yi-Yippi and such." William Houson Johnson's paper reports the biggest wild animal «11 on record in Arizona last winter—29 mountain lions. 08 bear hree wolves, 307 bobcats and 5,540 coyotes. There is room and a living for a ot of new people in the des-ert, he valleys, the mountains and ihe .owns of Arizona. We iusl aren't naking lull use of ihe glorious United Stales of A. Bul of; course the pioneers didn't ask about the schools and the bus service and after all, this is mostly still frontier. CARNIVAL Page Fjvt\ By Dick Turner COPR. 19«i BY NEA 8ERVlfiE. : IN'C; T.'M.~Rta «, ». PAT "Whenjlicy tliump your head, sheriff, to*scc*ii' il'sjrjpcT A you'll .have .the/goods .on _'em!'""" IPOBTS -IflMfciFtEtrtctJT. New York, Aug. 14—(/PI— Pre-1 diclions (for whalever you thing they're worth) Iro m folks who claim they have the hoi dope but don't want their names used: ']) Thai Mickey Owen will bo re- instalcd soon and will rejoin the Dodgers. Sounds far fetched, but Mickey, who was the highest-paid player in Ihe Mexican League, must have had some idea that ne'd get back before he left Mexico) . . .(2 thai Bob .Feller will receive a blank check from the Pasquels, like Ihe one offered Ted Williams, during Ihe off season. . A3) lhat Cecil Travis, first approached jn Havana.during spring training and contacted since then in.the Washington dugout by a Pasquel agent, will sign a five-year contract io play in Mexico before next season . . . ' Unanswered Question The New York Post's Jerry Mitchell profounds this on.e: "how can Eddie Stanley, who walked 148 limes to set a new baseball record lusl year and who is leading Uic league again with- more -than- 90 bases on balls, object to walking around- Gfibrgc-'MagerkurthV" Shorts and Shells Bernard Deslremau, a member of Ihe French prime minister's staff, claims he'll play better tennis in the United States than he did at home because he won't have to worry about diplomacy. . ,Ne-' braska sports fans were a bit startled to read lhat a boxer named Biff Jones was operating around Washinglon, D. C., but they decided it wasn't their old football coach, now al Wesl Point, when they learned he was a featherweight. . .as a promotion stunl, Joe Louis is planning lo send boltles of Joe Louis punch lo Tanii Mauriello and Billy Conn. It's a sofl drink, son. could stand one another for so long?. . .Ihe heaviest, man in the Los Angeles Don's football camtj is 293-pound Tiny Wall. He isn't a player but the camp cook — a: he must toe a good 01:0. ' Liiftie Rock to Vote on Gas Lime Purchase little Rock, Aug. 13 —CTJP1 — The citizens of Little Rock will vole on whether they want to purchase Ihe Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company's lines i'or municipal operation. The city council voted last nighl to buy the lines, and authorized Mayor Dan SpricU io call a special election. Council action followed a public hearing during which strong opposition was voicec to the plan. Chicks Again Gain on the Lookouts By The Associated Press The Memphis Chicles,- climbed within one percentage point «f the second-place Chattanooga Lookouts last night by whitewashing Mobile 3 to t), as the Lookouts divided a double-header with the ooploading Atlanta crackers. Johnny Ripple gave up only seven scattered hits as he Led the -hicks to their fourth shoutout do- usion in a row. At Chattanooga, the crackers corecl five runs in the sixth to ake the seven-inning opener, 5 to >, on six hits.- Bill Ayers, touched or s-sven safeties, lighted in the Jincnos to win :'or Atlanta. In the afterpiece, the Lookouts lamrned three, Cracker mounds- nen for 14 hits and won. 13 to 3. Luis Aioma allowed 17 hits in gong the route for the Lookouts. The New Orleans Pels piled up six-run third Inning and chalked ip a 3 io •! decision over Little Rock got to Dick Callahan for 13. A single by Paul Gillespie with he bases loaded and two • out in lie ninth gave the Nashville Vols i 7 to (j victory over Birmingham. p he triumph broke the Vols' six- :ame losing streak. Tonight's games: Atlanta at Chattanooga Birmingham at Nashville Wnbile at Mernpnis New Orleans at Little Rock • o St-ifi Another Hike in Auto Prices Studied Washington, Aug. 13 — (UP1 — OPA todav was preparing its -?ifth and possibly last, price increase on 194B automobiles. It would restore to dealers their pre-war ftandling charges. Piled atop previous boosts, it was expected to lift ceilings per cent above 1942 levels. •• • The new increase, following a 3 per cent averag-2 price rise approved by OPA yesterday, was expected to average 3 or 4 per cent It is likely to add $30 to $50 to the cost of a low-priced car. The action is dictated by ihe "-. price control act, which also Diompted yesterday's boost. It gave prewar markups to dealers, who had been skipped by -the first three increases which went manufacturers. . • FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smart • ANDERSON BROS, o Cleaning the Cuff. Madison, Wis., boasts a golf foursome of Herb Knelling, Leon Smith, Elmer Hordness and Clarence Lee, who have been playing together reguarly for 17 years'. In that time they've played 425 rounds :f,or 7G50 holes, walking approximately 1,780 miles together Know any other four 'uys who Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 33 SUBMITTED BY . . FIFTY-FIFTH GENERAL., ASSEMBLY BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, a majority of all the members elected lo each House agreeing thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Conslilulion of Ihe State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general election for Representalives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voling thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment, Ihe same shall become a part of Ihe Constitution of the Slate of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 3 of the Constitution of the Slate of Arkansas be amended to read as follows: The county courts of the Stale in their respective counties together with a majority of the justices of no peace of such county, in addition to the amount of county tax allowed lo be levied, shall have ;he power lo levy nol exceeding ten mills on the dollar on all taxable property of their respeclive counties, which shall be known as the county road tax, and when collected shall be used in ,the respective counties for the purpose of making and repairing public roads and bridges of the respective counties, and for no olher purpose, and shall be collected in United slates currency or county warrants legally drawn on such road tax fund i a majority of the qualified elec- .ors of such counly shall have voled uiblic road lax at the general election for State and county officers preceding such levy at such elec- -ion. Filed in the office of Secretary of State on the 20lh day of March, Witness my hand and seal of office on this Ihe 25th day of February, 1946. C. G. HALL, Secretary of State May 8. 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19. 26, July 3, 10, 17, 24. 31. Aug. 7, 14, BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hone, Ark. Doug /^|TV r Carl Bacon %**3 B I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 REED MOTOR CO. T08 East Division St. 455-} Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • .Complete Paint Shop Arkansas Approved SYSTEMS and APPLIANCES We can guarantee immediate delivery high class Butane Range with each system installed by us. W, S, Chance Company Texarkang, Texas 1729 New Boston Road Phone 231 NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM * ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM Mnnufacturers of New Custom- Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE. PICK-UP. DELIVERY/INSTALLING Hoarders Forced to Market Cattle Hides Washington, Aug. 13 — —Th'e Civilian Production Administration reported loda.v that it fia«j "orce'd Ihe movement to marim' of be- ween- 500.000 and 1.000.000 cattle hides as a result of its investigation of producers' stock:,. "We have shaken Jrosc'an awful lot of hides," Morris Vernef, chief ol CPA's eompliancp division, told reporters. DIGGING AT YOUR SCALP WON'T HELP Get real help for 'dry.itohy .Scalp with MproHno Hair Tonic. Aids natural oils, nalpa remove loose dandruff. M0510LINE HAIR TONIC LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at belter . prices—Old beds made new and new beds made loo.— We Call for and Deliver ', Anywhere One day service? in town — Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Ha*el 'is .'for on your fire insurance! We can flive you complete •" protection, and save you at least 20% on your insurance .jcost.'; Your life-insurance^ii pays 'dividends, : why not your fire insurance? MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable Legal Reserve. 108 East 2nd Phone 221 PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PJANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new « Sounds like new • New guarantee If you are interested in buying a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. LOOK AT YOUR CAR? HAVE IT and GR Phone 422 Today Let us wash your car in our AUTO LAUNDRY. We will pick it up, wash it, grease it, and clean it inside and out. Done by experienced and qualified lubricaticn men, Ask About Steam Cleaning • CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 II t si .... in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your cqr, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cosh. Ask for Mr. McLorty, pt Hope Auto Co. ?t 6 * j) >, S

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